Ex-MLA makes an objectionable post, says, 'If want to say 'Jay Shri Ram' then eave Jharkhand

Jamshedpur: Jharkhand People's Party chief Sur Singh Besra has posted an objectionable post on his Facebook account. In which he has written that if want to live in Jharkhand then have to say Jai Jharkhand. If want to say 'Jay Shree Ram, then leave Jharkhand'.

 Now the matter is beginning to take the form of controversy. In fact, The case of Jai Sriram is going on all over the country. In Bengal, politics is already taking place on the slogan of Jai Sriram. The case has now reached the neighbouring state of Jharkhand. The former MLA of Ghatshila in Jharkhand has objected to it.

Jharkhand People's Party chief and former Ghatshila MLA Sur Singh Besra has posted a warning from his official Facebook account. "Speak Jai Jharkhand, speak Jai Sriram, speak Jai Sriram, leave Jharkhand," he said, "When there are different states for different languages in the country, Bengals for Bengals, Bihar for Biharis, Odisha for Biharis, Odisha for The Oriya people, have been created. Then, why not be different for Jharkhand. Why would people from outside Jharkhand come and rule?

He alleged that if tribals are instigated over the slogan of Jai Sriram in Jharkhand, they should respond by speaking Jai Jharkhand. Jai Sriram's slogan is being forcibly imposed on the tribals. On the other hand, BJP leader CP Singh has reacted saying that it is an objectionable statement that people here have the right to everything, the slogan 'Jai Sriram' should not be a problem for anybody and it is not proper to divide people in the name of Jai Jharkhand.

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